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KISS CRUSH COLLIDE by Christina Meredith
313 pages, hardcover
Available now (Dec. 2011)
Publisher: Greenwillow Books
Review copy provided by publisher via Amazon Vine
What Leah did—only she really shouldn’t have—one hot night at a country club party.
What Leah has—only she really shouldn’t have—on the guy with the green eyes, the guy who is not her perfect boyfriend, the guy who does not fit in her picture-perfect life, the guy her sisters will only mock and her mother will never approve of. Not in a million years.
What happens when everything you always thought you wanted—having cool friends, being class valedictorian and homecoming queen—runs smack into everything it turns out you really do want.
Kiss. Crush. Collide.
For Leah and Porter, summer is only the beginning.
While the words flow and the pace is steady, it was a bit too predictable for me. Of course, it’s a romance, so what do I expect, right? After all, the queens of YA romance, namely Sarah Dessen and Jennifer Echols, write somewhat predictable plotlines (hey, it’s romance–everyone needs their HEA). But this story just didn’t have me rooting for the main characters the way I’d have liked. Leah, the main character, isn’t very deep and flits through her life like a carefree butterfly. She’s got the money, the family, the smarts, and, of course, the football player boyfriend. But then she falls for Parker, a valet at her country club, and suddenly she’s dating a boy from the wrong side of the tracks and questioning the direction her life is going and her place in the world.
A cute, light romance, KISS CRUSH COLLIDE will keep you turning the pages to find out what Leah decides to do and to read more about Leah’s dysfunctional family.
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